Alliana rolled her eyes at him before her words were lashing out again. "Then use it! Common sense!" The anger between the two was becoming even more apparent and without spectators ready to feast on their drama, she knew nothing was stopping it from getting out of hand now.
She knew that maybe saying that he was acting a particular way wasn't the best thing to say, especially if she wanted to end the fight but she couldn't see that happening now. All because she'd opened her bloody mouth! This was a disaster.. and exactly what she'd been dreading because she hadn't wanted this to happen..
Her expression went completely stony when he put emphasis on her name, and she said nothing for a couple of moments. But when she spoke again, right after he agreed with it being a good idea, her voice was low. Tired. But still angry all the same.
"I'm acting this way because you are falsely accusing me of things. Then when I deny it, you just assume I'm lying. When I've never lied to you before, Patrick. Ever." She was spitting these words out at him. She could see the way he was looking at her, and she was doing her best to ignore it. Because it made what she was saying even harder. "How do you think that makes me feel? Obviously I want to prove I'm not a liar. But you know what? You want to break up?" Her voice was still strong, even though inside she was breaking.
"Then fine. We're done. Over. You're finally free again! You won't have to deal with the secret-keeping liar who just denies everything you say!" Her voice was raising again, but she needed to leave. She could feel the swell of emotions in her chest, threatening to break her tough exterior. "I hope you're bloody happy. Really, I do." She said, glaring at him with so much anger that it surprised even herself.
"Goodbye, Patrick." And she was quickly whirling on her heel and walking in the opposite direction, leaving him standing there. Oh merlin.. merlin.. merlin.. no...